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tran·si·tion·ing

(tran-zish'ŭn-ing)
Moving a child or family from one governmental program to another; mandated aspect of I.D.E.A. for children with disabilities in early intervention and special education programs.
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Its clients were willing to refer business to the larger XYZ firm, and the transitioning partners' contacts referred business the sellers would not have obtained before the merger.
Organic agriculture has the potential to be an economically viable 'value-added' opportunity for upstate New York family farms and we need to continue to work together to provide the necessary information and incentives to help producers interested in the organic transitioning process," Senator Clinton said.
Adding to the custom application migration suite, the new tools assist customers in transitioning custom applications from Tru64 UNIX to HP-UX on HP Integrity servers.
The board rebalanced its asset allocation by transitioning assets from five fixed income managers to a passive midcap equity structure managed by Deutsche Asset Management.
Transitioning Adelphia customers will have access to highly competitive service packages designed to meet their specific individual needs.
Transition management, though new to Japan, is increasingly sought out as pension funds become aware of the high potential costs involved in transitioning portfolios.
SMG), an award-winning and internationally recognized performance improvement company, today introduced its newest sim-centric learning(TM) solution, Transitioning to e(TM), a comprehensive program developed to help organizations understand the unique strategies, practices and business models of e-Business.
For IBM AS/400 and System/36 customers transitioning to open, client/server environments, this development means that HP will continue to provide industry-leading computing products and services.